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4 responses to “+Author Interview+ Andra Wakins [author of “To Live Forever: An Afterlife Journey of Meriwether Lewis”] sits down after a long day on the Natchez Trace!

  1. I also enjoyed the interview, and was amazed that a literacy article would contain so many basic spelling errors, i.e. Bourne (born) staid (stayed), but not to worry my brain could convert the data so it made sense, best wishes

    • Mr. Dewis,

      I believe you have not realised that I am writing in British English not American English; therefore the errors your referencing are not errors at all. Please refer to My Bookish Life to understand my writing voice and style. Outside of this, I am thankful you have enjoyed the interview I gave on behalf of Ms. Wakins.

    • Hallo, Hallo Audra!

      Isn’t that the truth!? I felt the same way whilst reading “Z: A Novel of Zelda Fitzgerald” by Therese Anne Fowler, and later confirmed that she had a writing process akin to Wakins! Its quite intuitive seeing how writing can lead you towards the pen and how the inspiration can come out of history itself! :)

      Am thankful to hear you enjoyed this interview!

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